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KIWI: Used as a medicinal, and packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and phytochemicals, this is a must-keep fruit in the rotation. Even without the skin, this fruit provides a good amount of fiber.

Glycemic Index: 4

Great in smoothies, salads, fruit bowls, or even frozen for a fun hot day snack. Due to some beneficial fruit compounds, it has been shown that eating some kiwi fruit in the evening, may help with sleep.

PEPPER: whether cooked or raw, this South American vegetable is a great addition to a healthy diet. Primarily composed of water, it is packed with vitamin C, yes, vitamin C as well as other health-supportive nutrients including carotenoids due to the variety of colors. They come in the sweeter varieties of yellow, orange, red, or slightly more bitter, especially if eaten before ripe, green colors.

Glycemic load: 3

Due to being on the vine longer, red peppers have significantly more nutrient value than green peppers, so spice/mix it up.

RASPBERRY: these tasty little berries, while most commonly red, may also be black, golden, or purple in color. But they do have a short shelf life. So be sure to eat this delicious fruit shortly after purchase to enjoy the health benefits of high fiber, vitamin C as well as other beneficial nutrients while being quite low in calories. Health benefits include limiting obesity, cardiovascular disease, and even cancer.

Glycemic Index: 3

Originally described as white in Greek Stories, that changed after Zeus’ nursemaid pricked her finger, giving the fruit a red color, despite the flower remaining white.

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